SAGIA classifies Sadara as strategic
SAGIA classifies Sadara as strategic
This classification of Sadara’s investment status is in recognition of its commitment to enhancing the value of its investments in the petrochemical and chemical sectors of Saudi Arabia. This is also recognition of Sadara’s success in bringing associated investments into the Kingdom, providing significant employment opportunities for Saudi nationals, and driving further development of the industry or associated industries, according to SAGIA.
“We are pleased to have achieved the highest ranking with SAGIA and their recognition of Sadara’s positive impact on the Saudi economy,” said Ziad Al-Labban, CEO of Sadara. “We are driven by the support tendered to us by our stakeholders, Saudi Aramco and The Dow Chemical Company, and are committed to continuing to contribute to the enhancement and strengthening of the Kingdom’s value creation opportunities.”
“I would also like to thank SAGIA for its support of Sadara and its active role in helping the project achieve the successes it has to date,” Al-Labban added.
The evaluation criteria included a detailed appraisal of various aspects of Sadara and its business. This includes the transfer and localization of technological knowledge, diversification of the Kingdom’s economy, increasing exports and decreasing imports; developing local human resources, reinforcing and boosting the economic competitiveness of local products in both domestic and international markets, and encouraging balanced development of the various regions of the Kingdom.
Events company sees KSA as market leader
- My Events International is based in Malaysia and operates on three continents worldwide.
- ‘Saudi Arabia is being renewed,’ says My Events International founder.
JEDDAH: A global events company has begun operations in Saudi Arabia with a plan to make the Kingdom and Vision 2030 the focus of a growing world market in event management.
My Events International provides event management, marketing, and sponsor and sales management in sectors including banking, technology, health care and construction.
The Malaysia-based firm operates in India, Kuwait, the UK, Singapore, Nigeria — and now Saudi Arabia.
The company’s Jeddah opening was attended by Khaled Almaeena, Al-Abeer director; My Events International Saudi Arabia manager Shahul Dawood; founder and president of My Events International, Mohammed Abudawood; and Malaysia’s consul general in Jeddah, Dato Mohamad Ali bin Selamat.
The opening also included the launch of Expo Malaysia, which will showcase the country overseas.
“Our partnership with My Events International will help create a new trademark in Saudi Arabia that compatible with Vision 2030 and the new changes that is bringing,” Almaeena said.
“We are proud to announce that we are organizing the Malaysia Expo, which promotes trade and investment between the two countries and will provide job opportunities for Saudi youth,” he said.
Dawood said: “Saudi Arabia is our fifth country to have a partnership. We have entered Saudi Arabia at the best time — most of the doors are opened for us, and people are encouraging and supportive.
“We are also aiming to do a special program for women. We are not only an event managing company, but also a specialist in content creation and public private partnership.”
Abudawood said: “We are witnessing a country that is being renewed. Youth represents 70 percent of the Saudi community, and they are full of energy and new ideas, so talking about events and entertainment will help make this change happen.”
Selamat said: “Malaysia and Saudi Arabia are two countries with great potential in sectors such as tourism, as well as developing small and medium enterprises.
“My Events International has great significance in events development, and this partnership will help strengthen ties between Saudi Arabia and Malaysia, and promote economic relations as well.”